By Babette Dufour. Coffee Table. Published at Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 - 15:28:10 PM.
First, why do you need coffee tables and end tables - or either one of these? Many use them simply for show, and rarely for coffee. Others use them only when they have guests while yet others actually use them in the course of a normal day for their primary intended use.
A metal art coffee table may be used in conjunction with other metal furniture to create a tone to the room. Or it may be used with non metal furniture to create a counter point and an areas of focus. There are three basic designs that are particularly suited to metal art coffee tables, although two are not originally of metal. The low height Japanese in what is called the Tribeca style. The modern coffee table in the "Marcel Breuer" style. Originally of a plain metal design it adapts admirably to metal art work.
Perhaps it is the setting that makes coffee the drink of romance. We all have heard how romantic it is to gaze into each other eye. What better way to do it then over coffee tables. Even commercial coffee shops have their romantic moments. But we are talking about the open air cafés that make Europe the most romantic place to be.
Metal art coffee tables are easy to clean. Again, except for other materials like leather that may be part of the construction, it will not stain and can be just wiped down. A metal art coffee table is low maintenance. Only if it is painted will it require the rare repainting which is a DIY job. A metal art coffee table with no fabric or leather components is weather resistant and can be kept used and kept out in the garden, if the need arises.
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